Diamond Lights by Joss Barton

December 21st, 2013 by retail design blog

Designer Joss Barton has created the Diamond Light, manufactured in Britain and assembled by hand. The London based designer and maker created the light after studying various possible manufacturing methods. Diamond Light is laser cut from a single sheet of stainless steel and assembled by hand. The profile of the assembled lamp (see the video below to watch Barton assembling a prototype) creates triangulated stress patterns in the steel, forming an intriguing play of light and diamond-cut look, giving the lamp it’s name.





http://www.despoke.com/2013/07/10/diamond-lights-by-joss-barton/

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